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Hands-on training can make Quantile® measures an even more valuable tool to inform instruction and help students accelerate their progress towards college and careers. We’ve worked with thousands of educators virtually and in their schools to get the most out of Quantile measures.

Who Should Attend Workshops?

All education professionals who need to monitor and improve student achievement:

  • K–12 classroom Teachers
  • Mathematics Teachers
  • Mathematics Specialists
  • Principals and Supervisors
  • Testing Coordinators
  • Math Consultants
  • Service Center Trainers and Professionals
  • Curriculum Administrators
  • District Administrators

Workshop Overview

We offer a variety of different types of workshops, including interactive virtual sessions, on-site workshops and customized consulting. Each workshop will help put Quantile measures to work for you and your school. Master facilitators demonstrate how to use Quantile measures to:

  • Achieve your instructional and curricular objectives
  • Match students to appropriately challenging materials
  • Target instruction and map day-to-day progress to desired results on high-stakes tests
  • Track progress and set achievable goals
  • Communicate with parents about students’ progress and goals
  • Meet federal, state, and district requirements for student performance and growth

Choose the Best Workshop for Your Organization

Informational Session: The Quantile Framework for Mathematics – An Introduction

Intended for: Administrators, principals, mathematics teachers & specialists, curriculum administrators
Format: On-site or via live web session
Duration: 60-90 minutes
This introduction to The Quantile Framework for Mathematics is perfect for meetings, conferences and professional learning days. We can also customize this session for parents if needed. Topics covered include:

  • What is the Quantile Framework and the Quantile Scale?
  • Understanding Quantile measures as indicators of mathematical task difficulty and student readiness
  • An overview of the Quantile Map as it relates to the development structure of mathematics
  • The Quantile Framework and Summer Learning, Communicating with parents
  • How Quantile measures are built into specific math and assessment programs (on request)

Half-Day Workshop: Foundations of the Quantile Framework for Mathematics

Intended for: Curriculum administrators, principals, testing coordinators, math specialists
Format: On-site
Duration: Two and one-half hours

  • Understanding Quantile measures as indicators of mathematical task difficulty and student readiness
  • Receive an in-depth study of the Quantile map as it relates to the developmental structure of mathematics
  • Monitoring student progress toward college and career readiness
  • Empower participants to answer parent and teacher questions regarding the Quantile Framework
  • A brief overview of Quantiles.com

Note: Be sure to ask about CEU credits. Your district may recognize Quantile professional learning opportunities as ongoing professional development.

Full-Day Workshop: Utilization of the Quantile Framework for Mathematics

Intended for: Math teachers, math specialists, curriculum administrators, principals and supervisors
Format: On-site
Duration: Five hours

  • Understanding Quantile measures as indicators of mathematical task difficulty and student readiness
  • How the Quantile map relates to the developmental structure of mathematics
  • Extensive, hands on tour of Quantiles.com and the resources available
  • How to read grade level standards
  • Aligning your curriculum to meet school, district and State standards
  • Using Quantile web tools to differentiate instruction and develop grade-level lesson plans
  • Monitoring student progress toward college and career readiness
  • Answering educator and parent questions about the Quantile Framework
  • The Quantile Framework for Mathematics and Summer Learning

Note: Be sure to ask about CEU credits. Your district may recognize Quantile professional learning opportunities as ongoing professional development.

Train the Trainer: The Quantile Framework for Mathematics

Intended for: Professional learning coordinators, math coaches and intervention specialists
Format: On-site
Duration: Two days
This premium workshop will equip and enable your team to lead their own Quantile workshops for your local schools or district. This workshop provides thorough training not only on The Quantile Framework, but on how this material can be communicated across audiences and implemented throughout your district.

This multi-day session is limited to small groups and requires intensive participation. All participants will be provided relevant training materials, including PowerPoints and supplemental material. The Train the Trainer workshop will cover:

  • Understanding Quantile measures as indicators of mathematical task difficulty and student readiness
  • What Quantile measures mean
  • Using Quantile measures as a mathematics measurement system
  • Utilizing Quantile measures in the classroom
  • Exploring differentiation opportunities for all students and why it is so important
  • Quantile measures on partner-linked math instructional and assessment programs
  • Overview of the Quantile map as it relates to The Quantile Framework for Mathematics
  • Communicating with parents about students’ math skills progress and goals
  • Accessing and utilizing the many tools on Quantiles.com
  • How to read grade level standards
  • Aligning a curriculum to meet school, district and State standards
  • Using Quantile Framework tools to create lesson plans
  • The Quantile Framework for Mathematics and summer learning
  • Proven activities and strategies to be used in training workshops
  • Preparation in addressing common questions asked in any given workshop
  • Teach-back opportunities

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